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  • Dr. Burhanuddin passes away
    The spiritual head of the Dawoodi Bohra community, Dr. Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin, passed away in Mumbai. He was 102
  • Missing techie found murdered
    The remains of Esther Anuhya were burnt beyond recognition, and was identified by her family members with the help of a gold ring
  • Man hoodwinks Mumbai cops
    The police have been unable to nab Ramchandra Chatri, allegedly the brain behind the plan to extort money from Salman Khan's lawyer; Chatri claims he knows all the police tricks, and has ...
  • Teen robbed inside bank
    Four men surrounded an 18-year-old at the bank's cash counter and made away with the cash; bank's lone security guard was doling out slips at a counter and could not stop the thieves
  • and #39;I only collect porn films and #39;
    Aspiring actress Misti Mukherjee's brother, Samarth, who was found with 25,000 CDs of sleazy films, says he is impotent and only likes to watch the movies at home; police had arrested him...

Kolkata TelegraphKolkata Telegraph

  • Police chief on CBI's Saradha radar
    Nov. 25: The CBI today said it would probe the "role of the people" mentioned in a central report on the Saradha scandal, putting Calcutta police commissioner Surajit Kar Purkayastha in t...
  • IN FULL FORCE
    The first phase of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections clocked a record turnout of 70 per cent. The following are polling percentages from the 15 seats that voted on Tuesday and the ...
  • Cigarettes face stick
    New Delhi, Nov. 25: The Union health ministry has proposed a ban on the sale of loose cigarettes, driving down tobacco share prices and fuelling suggestions that the industry may explore ...
  • Pakistan spanner in Modi plan
    Kathmandu, Nov. 25: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious plan to reinvent the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) has hit a hurdle.
  • Vote for good among bad
    Gumla, Nov. 25: Teenager Angela Ekka stood with roses and chocolates in her hand at a model polling booth in rebel hotbed Gumla. She and her friends, all first-time Assembly voters, got t...

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  • Rajnath, Jaitley in Bangalore, new chief minister Wednesday
    Bangalore, Aug 3 (IANS) Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders Rajnath Singh and Arun Jaitley arrived here late Tuesday to help state party legislators pick a successor to outgoing chief mi...
  • Toll in Orissa lightning strikes rises to 24
    Bhubaneswar, Aug 2 (IANS) The death toll due to lightning strikes increased to 24 in Orissa with the state government confirming seven more deaths Tuesday.
  • Bengal students ragged on Facebook
    Kolkata, Aug 2 (IANS) Two first-year students of a reputed West Bengal engineering institute have alleged that they were abused and harassed by their seniors on social networking site Fac...
  • Man held for firing at cop
    New Delhi, Aug 2 (IANS) A man was arrested Tuesday for opening fire at a head constable in west Delhi, police said.
  • Burglar hides in bank, held
    New Delhi, Aug 2 (IANS) A 21-year-old man has been arrested from a bank where he hid himself in order to commit burglary, police said Tuesday.

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Kashmir ObserverKashmir Observer

  • Anti-American Fury Sweeps Muslim World
    Dubai, Sept 15 - A wave of furious anti-American protests against a film mocking the Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) abated a little on Saturday, but U.S. policy in the Muslim world remained ove...
  • Valley Protests Continue For 2nd Day
    Srinagar, Sep 15: Protests against a derogatory film about Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) continued for the second day in the Valley on Saturday, with lawyers and students joining in to vent an...
  • Kashmir For Global Deterrence Against Blasphemy
    Aadil Wani Srinagar, Sept 15: Voicing their concern at the failure of Muslim governments and organizations, notably the Organization of Islamic Co-operation (OIC), to live up to their ma...
  • KU Students Asked To Respect National Anthem!
    Tawseef Lone Srinagar, Sept 15: Caught in a Catch-22 dilemma, the Kashmir University authorities, in an unprecedented move, are understood to have asked its officials and students to ens...
  • Geelani Against Killings Of Panchs, Sarpanchs
    ‘No Need For Americans To Leave Valley’ Srinagar, Sept 15: Denouncing the recent killings of Panchs and Sarpanchs, Hurriyat conference (G) chairman, Syed Ali Shah Geelani, on Saturday sa...

India Today

The Asian Age - IndiaThe Asian Age - India

  • Jawans’ family to get more benefits
    In a humanitarian gesture, the government has made an exception and granted “liberalised family pension” benefits to the families of 15 ITBP troops who were killed in a copter crash duri...
  • Uddhav Thackeray tightlipped on joining Maharashtra government
    Despite repeated hints by the BJP over the inclusion of Shiv Sena in the government, the latter has decided to play an active role as the Opposition party in the upcoming Winter Session ...
  • Bengaluru police bans Kiss of Love
    With opposition to the controversial Kiss of Love campaign growing and the government too treading cautiously, the city police on Tuesday announced that it cannot give permission to the ...
  • Leopards trigger panic in Guwahati
    A leopard and its cub have been noticed entering the city frequently, forcing the residents of Guwahati to restrict their movements after sunset. It became more terrifying on Tuesday whe...
  • 4 ISIS ‘hopefuls’ want to return
    Government is unlikely to prosecute the four youth upon their return Four Kalyan youth who had allegedly gone to Iraq to join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) want to retu...

The Hindu Business Line

  • Multi-brand retail FDI won't hit small shops: Wal-Mart
    Allowing foreign direct investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail will not impact the fortunes of small shop-owners, claims
  • Maharashtra cracks down on ‘oil mafia'; Govt staff stop work
    Even as Maharashtra cracked down on the so-called ‘oil-mafia', Government employees across the State on Thursday did not do any work or clear files. This was their protest against the mur...
  • Tata Chemicals (Rs 351.1): Sell
    We recommend a sell in the stock of Tata Chemicals from a short-term perspective. It is seen from the charts of the stock that after encountering long-term resistance (May 2008's peak) ar...
  • Day Trading Guide
    DLF: The stock tumbled 5.4 per cent accompanied with above average volume on Wednesday. We recommend a sell with stiff stop-loss at Rs 246
  • Business Line's Web site gets a new design
    The redesigned Web site of  The Hindu Business Line (http://www.thehindu businessline.com) will be launched on Friday afternoon. The Web site, designed by Mario Garcia Jr. of Garcia Media...

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The Financial ExpressThe Financial Express

  • Indian heart, global soul
    Travelling on the Outer Ring Road that connects Hyderabad's international airport to, among other places, Gachibowli, where the Indian School of Business is situated, is a breeze.
  • Canada and Japan sound warnings on Volcker rule
    Foreign governments and asset managers are mounting a last-ditch push against the US Volcker Rule, worried that the proposed ban on proprietary trading could exacerbate a liquidity crunch.
  • FE Editorial : Another blow to Europe
    As has been pretty much the European story since the crisis strengthened, with Europe's leaders content to just kick the can down the road, it takes a few weeks after a 'crisis' summit/me...
  • Pak Spring?
    Exactly a decade ago, speaking at the inauguration of the Daily Times, a liberal new publication edited by Najam and Jugnu Sethi, pillars of Pakistani media, I got myself into some troubl...
  • Creative hotspot
    Bangalore is where Yahoo! has its second largest R&D centre globally.

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The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal

  • Hong Kong Police Step Up Crackdown
    Police arrested several student protest leaders and 30 others Wednesday as they moved aggressively to clear major roads at the most volatile protest site.
  • India's Central Bank Urges Banks to Reduce Bad Loans
    Reserve Bank of India Gov. Raghuram Rajan said Indian banks need to stop coddling their struggling borrowers and force them to pay what they owe.
  • OPEC Members Near Compromise on Supply Cuts
    OPEC members are inching toward a compromise that could lead them to cut oil supplies by adhering more strictly to agreed production ceilings.
  • H-P's Revenue Drops Again
    H-P said its profit fell 5.9% for the October quarter on another period of lower revenue as the computer maker continues to show the frailties that prompted its plan to split in two.
  • Samsung to Sell Unit Stakes
    Samsung Group will sell controlling stakes in chemical and defense units for $1.7 billion as South Korea’s largest conglomerate continues restructuring moves ahead of an expected leadersh...

Financial TimesFinancial Times

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Global ReportsGlobal Reports

  • Indonesia girl back with family after 2004 tsunami
    A girl who was swept away in the Indian Ocean tsunami seven years ago said Friday she broke down in tears this week after tracking down her parents, who had long lost hope of finding her...
  • Not just NKorea, political dynasties are all over
    If North Korea's new leader is looking for advice on how to carry on his family's dynasty, he could turn to Rahul Gandhi, who is on a quest to become the fourth generation of h...
  • Chinese villagers demand release of detainees
    Protesters gathered Saturday outside a town hall in southern China to appeal for the release of people detained during demonstrations over a planned power plant expansion, a witness said.
  • Social networking booming in Egypt, Russia
    A new survey shows people in poorer countries send text messages more often than those in wealthier countries. Men in Spain and Germany access the Internet on their phones twice as much ...
  • Faces of the recession: homeless children
    The National Center on Family Homelessness said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States in 2010 or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. Th...

BBC News - South AsiaBBC News - South Asia

  • Dozens arrested in HK crackdown
    Scores of protesters including two prominent student leaders are arrested in Mong Kok during operations to dismantle protest camps.
  • AC/DC drummer appears in court in NZ
    The Australian drummer of rock group AC/DC briefly appears in court in New Zealand, arriving late, to face a charge of threatening to kill.
  • Cricketer Hughes to have scans
    Australia batsman Phil Hughes remains in a critical condition after being struck on the head and will have scans on Wednesday.
  • Bangladesh 'Hajj critic' is arrested
    A senior Bangladeshi politician who criticised the annual Hajj pilgrimage made by Muslims to Mecca is arrested in Dhaka for insulting Islam.
  • High turnout in Kashmir election
    The first round of voting in India's Jammu and Kashmir sees a high turnout as PM Narendra Modi's BJP tried to win power for the first time.

CNN - AsiaCNN - Asia

  • Music gives Indian children a voice
    As Faith Gonsalves walks through the dusty streets of a slum on the outskirts of New Delhi, she passes pigs rummaging through piles of trash, and colorful saris hanging out to dry. In a n...
  • Grief led to greening China's deserts
    Each year Yi Jiefeng does what she can to stop China turning into a desert.
  • Uniting Hong Kong's refugees
    On a promenade that runs along Hong Kong's harbor, crowds of tourists jostle for their chance to photograph the city's spectacular skyline.
  • Top museum shows a grim history
    The steep rock walls of Thailand's Hellfire Pass symbolize the slavery, starvation, torture and lost lives of thousands of POWs and Asian civilians during World War II, when Japan forced ...
  • Insects the next big food phenom?
    "Why not eat insects?" asked Vincent Holt, a 19th century British author in his eccentric treatise on changing the English diet.

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